It have been just a couple of months since the release of Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), Google is rumored to launch the latest version of its mobile platform. The Jelly Bean (Android 5.0) is said to be launched during the second quarter of this year. Anyways Google had been so popular for releasing a successor to their mobile platform in a span of just months. In fact Android 2.0 was launched barely a month after Android 1.6 had been released in the market. According to Digitimes, Google wants to release its offerings before the Microsoft releases its latest version of Windows, Windows 8. Apparently, one unique feature of Android Jelly Bean is that it is optimized for tablet PCs while incorporating Google Chrome’s OS functions. It even allows user to use the Android 5 or Chrome without having to reboot the tablet to initiate the shift.